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The roof is on the world's largest milk-powder dryer in stage two of Fonterra's more than $500m milk-processing plant.
Slow but steady progress made on establishing a South Island training facility for sheep and beef farmers.
Chinese supermarkets are beginning to run out of New Zealand beef and lamb as Kiwi meat remains stuck at ports.
Centre-pivot irrigator ruts are contributing to too many accidents, the Groundspread Fertilisers' Association says.
Farmers are among those being urged by safety specialist Rob Jager to start implementing safety programmes now.
Having control of the market is a very seductive idea. Most of us have wondered how profitable and simple life would be if we just had the chance to be in control.